When you create your own Style, or edit an existing Style, that change takes place within the current Workbook only. This video shows you how to copy those changes to other Workbooks.
Ever wondered how to manage the way your Excel data prints over a number of Pages? In this video we show you how the Page Break Preview feature helps you to do just that.
In this video as we demonstrate different ways to present a Pie Chart. For example, how to focus on a particular slice of the Pie, or how to explode the Pie for visual effect.
So you’ve now created your Chart and need to print it. Here we demonstrate the different options available when printing charted data.
An alternative to using commands contained in the Design Tab is to use the Chart Tabs that appear on the Right Hand Side of a selected Chart. Of particular value here is the Chart Filters Tab.
If you want to take the presentation of your Chart that bit further take a moment to look at the features that are available in the Format Tab.
Once your chart is created you can then select it – or click on it. This enables three contextual Tabs on the Ribbon. In this topic we demonstrate how – using the Design Tab – you can change the type, style and appearance of your Chart.
So now you have your figures together, it may be useful to present this information in Chart format? Watch this video and learn some basic steps to correctly select your data. Also discover different techniques to quickly create a Column or Comparison Chart.
In this video we show you some tips to organise your data on to one page for printing – as a means of viewing or checking the appearance of your Excel information.
An alternative to applying a Split Screen is to display your worksheet twice – or side by side – on the same screen. Learn the steps here.
Take a look at this video and learn how to convert figures into percentages. You will also discover how Excel rounds percentage figures up or down – and how you can reformat percentage values to show more or less decimal places.